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Government, Volunteers in the News
Framingham awarded Massachusetts Medals of Liberty to families of four fallen Framingham soliders during its Memorial Day ceremony Monday morning.
Volunteers in the News, Awareness
There were multiplie charitable walks in Natick over the weekend. Many of you participated in one of them. Share your photos with the rest of Natick here.
Volunteers in the News, Business, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
Taglio Salon is holding a Salon-A-Thon today where proceeds from several services will benefit The One Fund Boston. Participants can also win fun prizes by purchasing raffle tickets with those proceeds also going to The One Fund Boston.
Taglio Salon will hold their second annual Salon-A-Thon on Sunday, May 19.
Volunteers in the News, Business
Fundraiser will take place between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday night.
Volunteers in the News
No official charities set up for the aftermath of the explosion at the Boston Marathon finish line yet.
The gallery shop on South Main St. will extend their hours tonight, with special discounts and a portion of sales going to charity.
Volunteers in the News, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Natick's Ben & Jerry's gave away free ice cream yesterday while raising money for A Place to Turn, a local food pantry that serves the Metrowest community.
Bitterly cold temperatures this winter have created heightened demand for the Salvation Army heating assistance program. Donors are being asked to help contribute to the "Good Neighbor Energy Fund."
Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian sends clam chowder from Legal Seafoods to Waltham domestic violence shelter.
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